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Cars

Chrysler International Farmobil- 1964

Chrysler International Farmobil- 1964

The Farmobil was designed by German agricultural giant Fahr (now Deutz-Fahr) as a light roadgoing truck/tractor. It was to have a maximum weight of 1000kg, a 180cm wheelbase, 140cm track, manual transmission, a PTO (power take-off), and a top speed of at least 80kph.

Cicostar LCS- 1979

Cicostar LCS- 1979

The Cicostar claimed “paperfree motoring, elegance, economy, ease of handling, and practicality.” This early, more rounded example is a bit less dated-looking than some of its contemporaries.

Citroën 15-Six(grey)-1953

Citroën 15-Six(grey)-1953

The Citroën “Traction Avant” (means front drive) was introduced in 1934 as the 7A; the 15-Six model was introduced in 1938, and was a radically different concept from the cars Citroën had been producing.

Citroën 15-Six- 1952

Citroën 15-Six- 1952

When Citroën introduced the “Traction Avant” (means front drive) in 1938, it was a radically different concept from the cars Citroën had been producing.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV

Citroën 2CV "Naked"- 1974

This bare chassis gives an unrestricted view of the inner workings of the famous Citroën 2CV, or “Deux Chevaux”, including its longitudinal suspension, air-cooled 602cc engine, unusual shifter linkage, and the in-board front disc brakes.

Citroën 2CV

Citroën 2CV "Skinny"- 1989

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Citroën 2CV

Citroën 2CV "Yacco" Racer- 1981

As far back as the early 1930s, Citroën teamed with Yacco, an oil company in France, for endurance testing on Citroën automobiles. These cars were tested at Montlhéry, a track outside Paris. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV 1975

Citroën 2CV 1975

Twenty-five years after production began, the 2CV has been through minor changes. Compare the similarities and differences of this later model 2CV with the older grey model sitting to its right. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV 4x4 Sahara 1962

Citroën 2CV 4x4 Sahara 1962

Citroën wanted to create a four wheel drive car for use in africa to take the rugged terrain encountered during oil and mineral exploration. Instead of going with a standard configuration, Citroën mounted one engine in the front and one engine in the rear to create four wheel drive. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV 4x4-Voisin-1978

Citroën 2CV 4x4-Voisin-1978

Citroën’s easily adaptable 2CV seemed to be a good starting point for French engineer Marc Voisin to create a true four-wheel drive offering. 

Citroën 2CV AK250 Truckette- 1971

Citroën 2CV AK250 Truckette- 1971

The 2CV “Fourgonnette” (or Truckette) played as important a part of the 2CV story as the car. Ultimately, over a million examples were built, which accounted for nearly a third of the total 2CV production.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • S.A. Belge Citroën, Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV Amphibious- 1977

Citroën 2CV Amphibious- 1977

This car started as a stock Citroën 2CV. As the 2CV was found to be affordable and easy to maintain, it was an ideal car for enthusiasts to create from.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV Bicephale

Citroën 2CV Bicephale "Cogolin"- 1952

The fire and rescue service in Cogolin, France, used a Citroën 15-6 (you can find one in our French area) as part of their fleet. One night while on patrol, Colonel Hourcastagné found the narrow mountain road blocked. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Ansart & Teissere (coachbuilder)
Citroën 2CV convertible-1963

Citroën 2CV convertible-1963

The peoples' car of France, originally developed before WWII, the 2CV did not go into production until 1950 because of the war.

 

Country of Origin:  France

Citroën 2CV Ripple Bonnet- 1954

Citroën 2CV Ripple Bonnet- 1954

The Citroën 2CV was designed to offer minimal-cost rural transportation. Designers were challenged to build a car that would carry two people and a 250 pound sack of potatoes at a speed of 37 mph. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën 2CV Saloon-1964

Citroën 2CV Saloon-1964

The peoples' car of France, originally developed before WWII, the 2CV did not go into production until 1950 because of the war.

 

 

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